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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Herdfan, Feb 8, 2017.
I doubt it effects it much at all compared to uninsured Americans.
Go talk to your insurance rep. Here in Cali, it is noted as a line item which means the insurance companies see it as a significant cost.
Perhaps those countries should work on their own problems. I'm tired of being the worlds babysitter.
so your for a smaller war machine??
Personally I flip it around - what's the negative side to it? It hasn't impacted me, or anyone I know. I live in a high immigration (legal and illegal) area so maybe that's why.
I guess it's also because I'm European and I'm used to people from different countries, cultures, backgrounds, freely moving around. Gosh I can only imagine how they see me as a British person! Lol.
That just isn't true. Have a look at the financial mess in California. I hope that they succeed.
One that isn't old, broken and inefficient. Don't care how big it is.
As long as it can accomplish what we need it to do.
I don't think you will find many people supporting illegal immigration. In some case where some one was illegal and been in US for long time, good job, have lots of money and house and kids than people may make a special case. Some illegal mom been in US for long time and have kids and the kids know nothing but American culture than it is like well put kids in foster care or deport the kids to learn a new culture.
But people say Trump will just get deport happy and not look at any case. Even if some illegal had a million dollar home and been in US for 20 or 30 years.
When DT surpasses the numbers BO deported on a yearly basis we will see.
He has a long ways to go to reach that mark.
I agree, though I'll say it's probably in our best interest to help them develop.
Actually I think you will see that he will initially concentrate on felons that should have been sent back a long time ago or felons that were sent back and have come back in.
For the record, Obama deported approximately 865 people per day over his 8 year term. And yet the media freaked when Trump rounded up less than 200. SMH.
How many refugees have you housed?
Whenever I hear a statement like that, I flinch at how Democrats haven't learned anything from their evil history...
History lesson about why there was never any "Big Switch", and how when racism in the south decreased during "the so-called big switch", the less-racist whites stopped voting Democrat (the party of the Ku Klux Klan), and began voting Republican instead. Whereas the most-racist whites kept voting Democrat.
I wish the GOP would learn from their contemporary history.
And now the most racist whites all voted for (and approve of) a black man in the White House followed by a white woman. Please.
Oh and Obamacare is a Cato institute plan.
Yeah if only the current republicans cared about people as much as the 1863 republicans did.
Because the world has long been carved up, divided up, and held ransom by those with power. I understand why - in the modern world of constant dangers and overpopulation - you need safeguards, rules, laws and regulations in place. I don't want open borders. But I also have sympathy for someone who can't buy food for their family, raise their kids in a safe place, find a job, etc. If someone wants to come over here and pick fruit - and they get to live a better life and don't cause any problems, then to the degrees that actually matter (corporate welfare sucks far more out of the pockets of working Americans than any "welfare" anyone gets, citizen or not).